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SECTION 01730

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE DATA

1. PART 1 - GENERAL

1.01 GENERAL

A. Compile product data and related information appropriate for Owner's


maintenance and operation of products furnished under the Contract.

1. Prepare operating and maintenance data as specified in this Section, as


referenced in other pertinent sections of specifications and as necessary
to operate the completed work.

2. Operations and maintenance data shall be available to the Owner at


time of beneficial occupancy.

B. Instruct Owner's personnel in the maintenance of products and in the


operation of equipment and systems.

1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE

A. Preparation of data shall be done by personnel:

1. Trained and experienced in maintenance and operation of the described


products.

2. Completely familiar with requirements of this Section.

3. Skilled as a technical writer to the extent required to communicate


essential data.

4. Skilled as a draftsman competent to prepare required drawings.

1.03 FORM OF SUBMITTALS

A. Prepare data in the form of an instructional manual for use by Owner's


personnel.

B. Format:

1. Size: 216 mm x 280 mm (8 1/2" x 11")

2. Paper: 20 pound minimum, white, for typed pages.

3. Test: Manufacturer's printed data, or neatly typewritten.

4. Drawings
a. Provide reinforced punched binder tab.
b. Fold larger drawings to the size of the text pages.

5. Provide fly-leaf for each separate product, or each piece of operating


equipment.

a. Provide typed description of product, and major component parts


of equipment.
b. Provide indexed thumb tab.

6. Cover: Identify each volume with typed or printed title "OPERATIONS


AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS". List:

a. Title of Project.
b. Identity of separate structure as applicable.
c. Identity of general subject matter covered in the manual.

C. Binders

1. Commercial quality three-ring binders with durable and cleaneable


plastic covers.

2. Maximum ring size: 25 mm.

3. When multiple binders are used, correlate the data into related
consistent groupings.

1.04 CONTENT OF MANUAL

A. Neatly typewritten table of contents for each volume arrange in a systematic


order.

1. Contractor, name of responsible principal, address and telephone


number.

2. A list of each product required to be included, indexed to the content of


the volume.

3. List, with each product, the name, address and telephone number of:

a. Subcontractor or installer.
b. Maintenance contractor as appropriate.
c. Identify the area of responsibility of each.
d. Local source of supply for parts and replacement.

4. Identify each product by product name and other identifying symbols

B. Product Data

1. Include only those sheet which are pertinent to the specific product.
2. Annotate each sheet to:

a. Clearly identify the specific product or part installed.


b. Clearly identify the data applicable to the installation.
c. Delete references to inapplicable information.

C. Drawings

1. Supplement product data with drawings as necessary to clearly illustrate:

a. Relations of component parts of equipment and systems.


b. Control and flow diagrams.

D. Written text, as required to supplement product data for the particular


installation:

1. Organize in consistent format under separate headings for different


procedures.

2. Provide a logical sequence of instructions for each procedure.

E. Electrostatic copy of each warranty, bond and service contract issued.

1. Provide information sheet for Owner's personnel, give:

a. Proper procedures in the event of failure.


b. Instances which might affect the validity of warranties or bonds.

1.05 MANUAL FOR MATERIALS AND FINISHES

A. Submit two copies of complete manual in final form.

B. Content, for architectural products, applied materials and finishes:

1. Manufacturer's data, giving full information on products.

a. Catalog number, size, composition.


b. Color and texture.
c. Information required for re-ordering special manufactured
products.

2. Instructions for care and maintenance.

a. Manufacturer's recommendation for types of cleaning agents and


methods.

b. Cautions against cleaning agents and methods which are


detrimental to the product.
c. Recommended schedule for cleaning and maintenance.

C. Content, for moisture-protection and weather-exposed products:


1. Manufacturer's data, giving full information on products.

a. Applicable standards.
b. Chemical composition.
c. Details of installation.

2. Instructions for inspection, maintenance, and repair.

D. Additional requirements for maintenance data: The respective sections of


Specifications.

E. Provide complete informations for products specified, including but not


necessarily limited to:

1. Unit Masonry.

2. Pavement Marking.

3. Site Utility Materials and Equipment.

4. Concrete.

5. Stone, marble and Granite.

6. Miscellaneous Metals.

7. Architectural Woodwork.

8. Waterproofing.

9. Damproofing.

10. Insulations.

11. Flashing and Sheet Metals.

12. Roof Accessories.

13. Sealants.

14. Doors.

15. Windows.

16. Hardware.

17. Glazing.

18 Acoustical Treatment.

19. Carpet.
20. Floor Treatment.

21. Painting.

22. Toilet Partition and Screen.

23. Louvers.

24. Lockers.

25. Shelvings.

26. Toilet Accessories.

27. Singe.

28. Integrated Ceiling.

1.06 MANUAL FOR EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS

A. Submit three copies of complete manual in final form.

B. Content, for each unit of equipment and system, as appropriate:

1. Description of unit and component parts

a. Function, normal operating characteristics, and limiting conditions.


b. Performance curves, engineering data and tests.
c. Complete nomenclature and commercial number of all replaceable
parts.

2. Operating Procedures

a. Start-up, break-in, routine and normal operating instructions.


b. Regulation, control, stopping, shut-down and emergency
instructions.
c. Summer and winter operating instructions.
d. Special operating instructions.

3. Maintenance Procedures

a. Routine operations.
b. Guide to "trouble-shooting".
c. Disassembly, repair and reassemble.
d. Alignment, adjusting and checking.

4. Servicing and lubrication schedule

5. Manufacturer's printed operating and maintenance instructions.


6. Description of sequence of operation by control manufacturer.

7. Original manufacturer's parts list illustrations, assembly drawings and


diagrams required for maintenance.

a. Predicated life of parts subject to wear


b. Items recommended to be stocked as spare parts.

8. As-installed control diagrams by controls manufacturer.

9. Each contractor's coordination drawings.

a. As-installed color coded piping diagram.

10 Charts of valve tag numbers, with the location and function of each
valve.

11. List of original manufacturer's spare parts, manufacturer's current prices,


and recommended quantities to be maintained in storage.

12. Other data as required under pertinent sections of specifications.

C. Content, for each electric and electronic system, as appropriate.

1. Description of system and component parts.

a. Function, normal operating characteristics, and limiting conditions.


b. Performance curves, engineering data and tests.
c. Complete nomenclature and commercial number of replaceable
parts.

2. Circuit directories of panel boards.

a. Electrical service.
b. Controls.
c. Communications.

3. As-installed color coded wiring diagrams.

4. Operating procedures

a. Routine and normal operating instructions.


b. Sequences required.
c. Communications.

5. Maintenance procedures

a. Routine operating.
b. Sequences required.
c. Special operating instructions.
d. Adjustment and checking.
6. Manufacturer's printed operating and maintenance instructions.

7. List of original manufacturer's spare parts, manufacturer's current prices,


and recommended quantities to be maintained in storage.

8. Other data as required under pertinent sections of specifications.

D. Prepare and include additional data when the need for such data becomes
apparent during instruction of Owner's personnel.

1.07 SUBMITTAL SCHEDULE

A. Submit two copies of preliminary draft of proposed formats and outlines of


contents 60 days prior to final inspection or acceptance.

1. Engineer will review draft and return one copy with comments.

B. Submit one copy of completed data in final form fifteen days prior to final
inspection or acceptance.

1. Copy will be returned after final inspection or acceptance with


comments.

C. Submit specified number of copies of approved data in final form 10 days after
final inspection or acceptance.

1.08 INSTRUCTION OF OWNER'S PERSONNEL

A. Prior to final inspection or acceptance, fully instruct Owner's designated


operating and maintenance personnel in the operation, adjustment and
maintenance of all products, equipment and system.

1. Instruction time shall be sufficient to fully instruct all shifts of the Owner's
operating and maintenance personnel.

B. Operations and maintenance manual shall constitute the basic of instruction.

1. Review contents of manual with personnel in full detail to explain all

aspects of operations and maintenance.

2. PART 2 - PRODUCTS

(Not Used)

3. PART 3 - EXECUTION

(Not Used)
END OF SECTION